Individual inventors can really make a difference.

Name History Occupations in addition to inventing Invention
Johannes Gutenberg 1400-1468 printer, publisher goldsmith Printing press – revolutionized communication
Galileo de Galilei 1564-1642 astronomer, scientist, engineer, polymath Telescope – revolutionized understanding of the world, paved the way for modern science
James Watt 1736-1819 mechanical engineer, chemist Steam engine for trains and factories – ushered in the industrial revolution
Thomas Edison 1847-1931 businessman Phonograph, motion picture camera, light bulb
Alexander Graham Bell 1847-1922 scientist Telephone – revolutionized communication
Nicola Tesla 1856-1943 Scientist, electrical engineer, mechanical engineer Modern alternating current electricity distribution supply system, induction motor

Sally Seaver is a mathematician, scientist and businesswoman. Her initial invention concepts are aimed at supporting renewable energy.

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  • A battery for high-capacity long-term storage of energy from wind and solar generation; may also provide the high energy density required for electric flying vehicles
  • Remediate nuclear waste, nuclear waste being the biggest drawback to nuclear power. Nuclear waste remediation would enable a greater role for dependable on-demand power from nuclear power plants as a reliable backup to solar and wind energy.

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An opportunity exists for a venture capital firm [VC] to participate with Active Lightning Energy in the opportunity provided by these inventions. The ideal VC would provide the management team for the new venture. This management team would oversee the use of funds and the commercialization of products to be developed from working prototypes.

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